Tommy G's Hotel
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... I had to learn to go underwater and turn the board when a wave hits me. That was really scary. It's like being under ice and you have the ice over you and you can't get up. But I did a lot of times and in the end it was better. We were surfing during the sunset and it was so so so beautiful! It was perfect because the sunset was shining in the water and I was laying on my board, the water was warm and the sun reflected in the water. It was beautiful, even though I ...
Our final day in Costa Rica was spent at Punta Leona, a
resort community on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. There were many wonderful
things about going here instead of heading all the way to Manuel Antonio
National Park. First, the bus ride was only an hour and 20 minutes. Second,
there were both beach and pool options for enjoying the sun. Third, there were
amazing margaritas available as well as full service restaurants and ...
... our breath and calling him back because it seemed a really crazy thing to do - but evidently, in the main, they like chicken more than humans. Lunch was next at a local open air bar - very good and all washed down with local beer. At lunch we noticed the launch drivers arm - it had a scar the entire length of it - upon investigation - you got it - caused by a croc !!!! Two stops on the way back to the ship - the first at a very luxurious resort called Nativa - exclusive ...
... communicating with Herman, the owner, for a few days as I had been enquiring about tyres. Anyway, he got one of his guys to tighten it correctly and didn't charge me. Thank you. He has been down to Patagonia a couple of times and did warn me that there may be a lot of snow at the time I am planning on being there !!!! Deep joy !!
On the way out there was a guy with a similar American jacket as mine and we got talking. He is a really nice young Costa Rican ...
... this coffee is going to once it leaves his farm". So, from the middleman to the big companies we see on the high street and onwards, into the appreciative, chilled hands of a thousand commuters on tubes and subways across the globe, who's the real winner? Who gets the biggest financial caffeine boost from the mark up? Certainly not Diego or his family. But for now at least, he's knows where he's at on this farm, the king of his Corona of crops and resolutely unanswerable ...